My pleasure Anna, its done.
>Dear list owner,
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>PhD student, School of Cognitive & Computing Sciences, University of
> CALL FOR PAPERS
> 5th Human Centred Technology Postgraduate Workshop
>INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION: BRINGING TOGETHER
> THE BEST OF TWO WORLDS
> September 26th - 27th 2001
> School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
> University of Sussex
>The Human Centred Technology group will be hosting its popular annual
>postgraduate workshop at The Quality Hotel, Brighton on the 26th & 27th
>September 2001. This event is open to all postgraduate research
>students. It offers an opportunity to meet other research students and
>to take part in a forum for the exchange of expertise, the confirmation
>of existing collaborative relationships and the establishment of new
>collaborative communities. The heading of HCT covers a wide range of
>interests within which common research questions are considered from
>differing perspectives. The diverse and interdisciplinary nature of this
>area can restrict the opportunities available to students for peer
>review, feedback and discussion of their work or the process of
>completing a postgraduate qualification. This workshop will give
>postgraduate students a chance to discuss their work and also hear
>presentations from leaders at the forefront of Human Centred Technology
>The theme for this year's workshop is "Information Technologies and
>Knowledge Construction: bringing together the best of two worlds". In
>particular it addresses:
>* How can Information Technologies influence the acquisition and
>organization of knowledge?
>* In which ways can models of knowledge inform the design and uses (or
>tendencies) of Information Technologies?
>Details of the forthcoming workshop and previous workshops can be found
>Registration fee for the workshop will be 75 pounds.
>To apply to participate please send a 3 page abstract of your work to
>[log in to unmask] by Wednesday 29th August 2001. Accepted
>abstracts will be included in the Workshop Proceedings.
>Benedict du Boulay
>SCHOOL OF COGNITIVE AND COMPUTING SCIENCES
>University of Sussex
>Brighton, BN1 9QH,
>Tel: (0)1273 678324 FAX: (0)1273 671320
>Guidelines for Abstract
>* Maximum Length: 3 pages to include
> - Title
> - Author name(s)
> - Affiliation
> - Contact email and postal address
> - Text
> - Relevant references
>* File format: pdf or postscript (ps)
>* Page size: A4
>* Margins (left, right, top, bottom): One inch (2.54cm).
>* Font size:
> - Title: 14 pts.
> - Text/Section titles: 12 pts.
>* Font type: Times
>* Line spacing: single
>* Attention: Don't include pages numbers.
>* Send to: [log in to unmask]
>* Deadline: 29th August 2001
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